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(*): One of these courses is preferred. However, Camosun will also accept one of the following Math courses:
Admission AdviceYou can also be admitted by successfully completing a Camosun College Trades Assessment.
Applicants also have to satisfy Camosun's Institutional Admission Requirements.
Students may meet the English proficiency requirement with one or more of the following alternatives.
International students should contact Camosun International to learn about your options towards direct entry into our programs.
English Language Requirement: You must have proficiency in English at a level suitable for your desired program.
Current BC/Yukon high school student can apply for provisional admission between September 15 and May 15, please check here for special high school admission process
If you are a secondary school graduate you are eligible for general admission to Camosun. You must also meet the specific admission requirements of your intended program. (These admission requirements are detailed within the program listings for Camosun within Education Planner.)For more details on admission to Camosun, check here
For more details on admission to Camosun, check here
If you have completed post-secondary studies at another institution and wish to gain transfer credit* please see the Transfer Credit web page.
Footnote (*): Transfer credit is defined as academic work that is completed at another institution that is formally recognized as being equivalent to a Camosun course.
If you are at least 19 years old at the start of your first academic term you are eligible for general admission to Camosun. You must also meet the specific admission requirements for your intended program. (These admission requirements are detailed within the program listings for Camosun in Education Planner.)
Training in a program like this one can lead to different careers. Related occupations are presented to show potential career options, not definite outcomes.
Follow the links to learn more about these careers on WorkBC's career profiles.